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Five Must-Have Retro Gadgets

Who said that growing up means giving up your toys?

Tuesday, December 01, 2009
 

1950s
The venerable German camera maker Leica has reinvented the favorite tool of star photographers like Henri Cartier-Bresson, and the 2009 take is every bit as sleek as the legendary M3, with a die-cast magnesium-alloy body painted with a brass, black, or gray finish. You won't be working in 35mm, but the digital shots have 18-megapixel resolution to take full advantage of Leica's incomparable arsenal of lenses.
Leica M9 ($6,995, leica-camera.com)

Photograph by Brad Bridgers
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